Join us again this fall for Gifted, a market with a mission! November 1, 10am-8pm in the Conference Center. Shop from vendors who support a variety of ministries that fight human trafficking, encourage adoption, and spread the Gospel around the world, all while supporting Shades Orphan Care Ministry. Tickets are just $5 & can be purchased at the church office or at the door.

The goal of Orphan Care Ministry is to help bring awareness to the plight of numerous orphans around the world while demonstrating God's hope for a better future. We also aim to provide resources, education and support for our members involved in the loving care of children in need. We hope to recruit new foster parents and adoptive parents and provide a helping hand to the many local agencies involved in the care of these children.

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"Gifted has been a great way for me to share the mission of my business with others that would have never heard of Noonday Collection otherwise. Each year at Gifted, I'm consistently busy throughout the day with a steady stream of business. I also enjoy meeting the other vendors that are like minded and passionate about how people can use their purchasing power to impact lives locally and around the world."

Paula Heath

"I had such a great experience working as a vendor at Gifted for a few years in a row. There's something wonderful about knowing that anything you sell could go to benefit a special ministry, plus the environment is completely enjoyable. I loved meeting new people, seeing what other vendors had to offer, and spending the day in a relaxed, fun and creative environment. I'd definitely recommend participating, you won't regret it!"

Rachael Milner

"Gifted is such a great opportunity to shop from local vendors, all while supporting Orphan Care Ministry. The Gifted team were so helpful and easy to work with. Being a vendor at Gifted was a huge blessing to us, as my husband and I were able to raise money for our adoption."

Anna Brown

Are you interested in being a vendor for Gifted 2017? Contact Cassandra Hicks for more information.